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About the Town of Weston

Weston, MA, originally a part of the city of Watertown, was incorporated in 1713. Weston was a dry town between 1838 and 2008, meaning the sale of alcohol was prohibited for 170 years! Weston is known for its luxurious real estate, pristine neighborhoods, and award-winning schools. There’s so much to enjoy about this upscale Boston suburb. Weston puts a great deal of effort into planning and maintaining parks, recreation areas, and open spaces. Outdoor enthusiasts rejoice in the town’s ball fields, golf courses, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding trails.

Where is Weston, MA?

Weston, MA, is bordered by Lincoln, Natick, Newton, Waltham, Wayland, and Wellesley. Weston is 27 miles south of Lowell, 17 miles west of Boston, and 38.5 miles northeast of Worcester.

How do you get to Weston?

Route 20, State Route 128, and Interstate 90 are Weston’s main highway routes. There are three commuter rail stops in town: Hastings, Kendall Green, and Silver Hill. The train service offers easy access to Porter Square in Cambridge, MA, and North Station in Boston, MA. Weston is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which provides THE RIDE, a paratransit service for the elderly and disabled.

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Who to call for Weston information

Board of Assessors | 781.786.5050

Fire Dept | 781.786.6101

Inspectional Services | 781.786.5061

Library | 781.786.6150

Police Dept | 781.786.6201

Public Works | 781.786.5100

Treasurer & Collector | 781.786.5070

Town Clerk | 781.786.5010

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Information courtesy of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the official website of the Town of Weston. Weston Massachusetts Real Estate market data provided by IDX.

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